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Epidemiological studies on bovine mastitis. I. A study on the time-space clustering of bovine mastitis. II. Analysis of the prevalence of mastitis in the critical region



Epidemiological studies on bovine mastitis. I. A study on the time-space clustering of bovine mastitis. II. Analysis of the prevalence of mastitis in the critical region



Bulletin of Azabu Veterinary College 2(2): 227-246



Among 1124 dairy cows on 79 Japanese farms in 1968-1974, about 6% were kept by farmers for 2-3 years and about 25% for more than 5 years. Cows were between 3 and 13 years old, mostly 3-5 years old and with few more than 9 years old. The average life-span was 5.1-7.8. 25% of cows were lost due to various diseases and 20% were culled for various reasons. Of the total lost, 4% were because of mastitis. 60% of cows were affected by mastitis during the study period.

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